Here is how Warner passing idle hours without cricket

The ball tampering scandal was a bolt from the blue for David Warner and Steven Smith, two of the brightest starts of modern day Australian cricket.

Here is how Warner passing idle hours without cricket

the duo were thrown into dark patches from the height of stardom; passing a life without a tint of cricket sounds hardest part of life for them as it shown in recent images of Warner in the social media, hitting the air with a shadow bat during a small walk in Sydney pathway.

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In a smiling family photograph, Warner’s wife Candice divulged how they are passing a prolong twelve month ban together building the dream house in Sydney.

Here is how Warner passing idle hours without cricket

As per reports in Australian media, David Warner was spotted helping out some construction workers who are building his new house in Sydney.

Even their daughters were clicked wearing the safety hats and the Warner family seemed to be having a good time.

While sharing the snap with her daughters, Candice Warner wrote, “A couple of cuties on site this morning checking out the progress of their bedrooms. #dreamhome @mardiniconstructions @rolfockertarchitect”

David Warner was set to play for Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2018, but was barred from taking part in IPL 2018 by the BCCI and was replaced by England batsman Alex Hales after the ball-tampering controversy.

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